Amy did a new interview, this time to British Stylist magazine. You can read it below:
With three Oscar nominations under her belt, Amy Adams could be forgiven for resting on her laurels. But as she tells Stylist – she’s only just getting started.
In person, Amy Adams is petite, demure, softly spoken; everything you might expect her to be. Since breaking out in Junebug in 2005 as a happy-go-lucky chatterbox who gives birth to a stillborn baby (a heart-rending role that saw her score her first Oscar nomination), the 36-year-old actress, raised in a Mormon family of seven children in Colorado, has made a habit of playing twee but lovable characters. From a fairytale princess in Disney fantasy Enchanted in 2007, to a young nun alongside Meryl Streep and Philip Seymour Hoffman in 2008’s Doubt (cue Oscar nomination two).
High quality screen captures of Amy in ‘The Fighter’ are now available in our gallery. If you have not seen the movie yet, be warned that screencaptures contain spoilers!
Amy has received an Oscar nomination for The Fighter!
This is Amy’s 3rd Oscar Nomination. Other nominees in this category are Melissa Leo, Helena Bonham Carter, Hailee Steinfeld and Jacki Weaver.
Congratulations to Amy! The 83rd Academy Awards will take place on the 27th of February this year.
The nominations for the 2011 BAFTAs have been revealed this morning. A few days ago, we told Amy was at BAFTA’s longlist, and today the final list was announced, and Amy has been nominated in “Supporting Actress” for her role in The Fighter
AMY ADAMS The Fighter
HELENA BONHAM CARTER The King’s Speech
BARBARA HERSHEY Black Swan
LESLEY MANVILLE Another Year
MIRANDA RICHARDSON Made in Dagenham
The surprise is the absence of Melissa Leo in the Supporting Actress list. The Fighter also is nominee as Original Screenplay and Supporting Actor, with Christian Bale.
The awards take place on 13th February 2011.
The Central Ohio Film Critics Association have nominated Amy for Best Supporting Actress in their yearly awards. Melissa Leo and Christian Bale got also nods, the whole cast as Best Essemble, as also “The Fighter” as Best Movie. Winners are announced on January 6th.
Best Supporting Actress
-Amy Adams, The Fighter
-Barbara Hershey, Black Swan
-Melissa Leo, The Fighter
-Hailee Steinfeld, True Grit
-Jacki Weaver, Animal Kingdom
Amy Adams won the Detroit Film Critics as Best Supporting Actress for her role in The Fighter.
She was competing with Melissa Leo in the same category. The co-star Christian Bale also won as Supporting Actor.
The Fighter was also nominated as “Best Essemble”.
Congratulations to Amy and the whole team of The Fighter. Can we be sure now Amy will have her 3rd Oscar nomination?
Edit: Just found out that Amy won the Sierra Awards given by The Las Vegas Film Critics Society Awards as Best Supporting Actress. Same with Christian Bale.
She’s also nominee at Chicago Film Critics. Wasn’t able to find the date when winners will be announced.